|Lecture 2 - Robert May|
UT Austin Accounting Bootcamp Lecture 2
Keywords: Accounting Bootcamp UT Austin
|The Pregnant Mother by Nasha Lee - Nasha Lee|
A sound+image for Diane Zander Mason's class, Sound as a Medium
Keywords: sound; ut austin; radio
|Rag Radio 2012-01-13 / UT Govt & International Relations Prof David Edwards - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
David Edwards teaches political and social theory, American politics, public policy, and international relations at the University of Texas at Austin, where he has taught for 47 years. He also has served as a consultant to the Institute for Defense Analyses, the Industrial Management Center, and the Danforth Foundation. He is the author of Creating a New World Politics, Arms Control in International Politics, The American Political Experience (four editions), and Practicing American Politics, an...
Keywords: Thorne Dreyer; Rag Radio; David Edwards; UT-Austin; International Relations
|High Performance Computing Presentation at SC10 (Session 1)|
High Performance Computing Presentation at SC10 (Dell Booth) by Kelly Geithner, University of Texas UT at Austin
Keywords: TAAC; UT Austin; High Performance Computing; SC10; Dell Booth
|Rag Radio 2011-05-20 / Cultural Historian Richard Pells - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Richard Pells is Professor of History Emeritus at the University of Texas at Austin. He is the author of four books on American culture in the 20th century including his latest, Modernist America: Art, Music, Movies, & the Globalization of American Culture, Pells has held fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, D.C., as well as six Fulbright chairs and senior lectureships...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Richard Pells; Cultural History, Authors, UT-Austin
|Shades Of Green June 20 2013 Austin's Pecan Street Project - John Hoffner, Producer with Co-hosts Reed Sternberg and Stacy Guidry|
Shades of Green hosts talked with Colin Rowan from the Pecan Street Project, and Dr. Robert Hebner, Director of the Center for Electromechanics at the University of Texas (UT) at Austin. We also had with us in the studio Erin Keys a mechanical engineering graduate student with the IGERT program at UT. The Pecan Street project is a living laboratory in the old Mueller Airport neighborhood where they are testing cutting edge renewables, energy efficiency, smart grid, electric vehicles ...
Keywords: Pecan Street Project; Pike Power Test Lab; Heliovolt; IGERT; UT Austin; Sustainable neighborhoods
|Halloween at Esade - Gregory Allen Edwards|
Halloween at City Hall with all the ESADE folks. Very short.
Keywords: Gregory Allen Edwards ESADE Barcelona BCN UT Austin University Texas http://edwards.fm http://alleninbcn.blogspot.com gae gaedwards
|Dialectica Radio - Education in China - Dialectica Radio Group|
Dialectica Radio - Show One - Education In China Tonight, students from the LBJ School of Public Affairs present the inaugural show of Dialectica, a community program to provide KVRX listeners with in-depth information about policy issues through a compelling, issue-driven narrative. This evening's program focuses on education in China. We share an exploration of the Chinese educational system, review its historical framework, and compare and contrast the Chinese and United States educational sy...
Keywords: dialectica; radio; talk radio; public radio; student radio; china; education; university of texas; UT-Austin; public policy; public affairs; policy; LBJ School of Public Affairs; LBJ Journal
|Rag Radio 01-05-2010 / Arts Advocate and Gay Activist Jeff Jones - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
-A conversation with Jeff Jones. Jones, based in San Francisco and Austin, is a fundraising and planning consultant and grant writer for arts organization. Also an activist in the LGBT/queer community and the movement for social justice, Jeff was co-founder of the Mobilization against AIDS and the Queer Cultural Center in San Francisco. An SDSer in 60s Austin and a staffer at the underground paper The Rag, Jeff was president of the student body at the University of Texas at Austin, 1970-1971...
Keywords: Jeff Jones; Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; LGBT; Gay Activists; UT-Austin; New Left; Austin History; Arts; San Francisco; SDS, The Rag; Underground Press
|Rag Radio 2010-08-24 / Immigration Attorney Barbara Hines - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Barbara Hines is a famed immigration attorney and a clinical law professor at the University of Texas at Austin, who has been involved in landmark litigation defending the constitutional and statutory rights of immigrants. In 2000, Texas Lawyer Magazine named her one of 100 Texas “Legal Legends” of the 20th century. She and her students gained international notice for their work in drawing attention to the T...
Keywords: Underground Press, Rag Radio; Barbara Hines; Thorne Dreyer; Immigration; UT-Austin; T. Don Hutto; The Rag; Women's Movement; Immigration Attorneys; Educators
|People United - May 6, 2011 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio with Teresa Cheng of United Students Against Sweatshops and Billy Yates of Students Against Sweatshops at UT about student activism, campus apparel, and sweatshop conditions, seven days after an attempted sit-in in President Bill Powers' office on the Austin campus of the University of Texas.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Teresa Cheng; Bill Yates; United Students Against Sweatshops; Make UT Sweatshop-Free; Students Against Sweatshops at UT; Oxfam at UT; USAS; Workers Rights Consortium; WRC; Fair Labor Association; FLA; Apparel Industry Partnership; University of Texas at Austin; UT-Austin; President Bill Powers; University of Southern California; Emory University; College of William and Mary; University of Wisconsin; Madison; Wisconsin State Capitol; student activism; labor; laborers; campus apparel; sweatshop conditions; factory monitor; factory monitoring; workplace conditions; labor conditions; campus employees; women's rights; LGBT equality; race; class; gender; diversity; inclusion; campus sit-ins; labor movement; social movements; liberation; current events
|People United - April 30, 2010 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio with Charles Bierley of Amnesty International's Austin chapter, Roberto Flotte and Rosario Martinez of MEChA de Tejaztlan, Matt Simpson of the American Civil Liberties Union of Texas, and Cristina Tzintzun of the Workers Defense Project about the struggle for immigrant justice.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Arizona SB 1070; immigrant rights; immigrant justice; May Day march; immigrant detention; Immigration and Customs Enforcement; ICE; Hutto; ACLU; American Civil Liberties Union; Texas; Charles Bierley; Amnesty International; Roberto Flotte; Rosario Martinez; MEChA de Tejaztlan; University of Texas at Austin; UT-Austin; Matt Simpson; Matthew Simpson; American Civil Liberties Union; ACLU; Cristina Tzintzun; Workers Defense Project; Jan Brewer; Janet Napolitano; Obama Administration; deportations; John McCain; Republican Party; J D Hayworth; Ted Kennedy; Edward M Kennedy; fiscal responsibility; Arizona boycott; Evan Mecham; Martin Luther King Day; Tea Party; May Day march; protests; 5604 Manor; Robert Jensen; Jim Hightower; Ruthie Foster; Eliza Gilkyson; Mitote; Third Coast Activist Resource Center; Third Coast Workers for Cooperation; Mamas of Color Rising; Austin Voices for Education and Youth; human rights
|People United - February 3, 2012 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features Dana Cloud on her book _We_Are_the Union: Democatic Unionism and Dissent at Boeing_, which focuses on the 1995 labor victory spearheaded by dissident groups within the International Association of Machinists. She spoke at 5604 Manor in Austin, Texas, on January 26, 2012.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Dana Cloud; Department of Communication Studies; College of Communication; University of Texas at Austin; UT-Austin; International Socialist Organization; labor; movement; unions; unionism; dissident group; dissident caucus; union leaders; union leadership; rank and file; democratic unionism; union democracy; union dissent; union reform; strike; strikes; company; corporation; employer; concessions; raises; defeat; victory; empowerment; wages; safety; fairness; benefits; working class; Boeing; International Association of Machinists; Unionists for Democratic Change; Machinists for Solidarity; New Crew; Keith Thomas; Kelley Vandegrift; Gary Washington; David Clay; Teamsters; United Parcel Service; UPS; public-sector unions; Texas State Employees Union; Wisconsin struggle; Indiana; right to work; legislation; Occupy Wall Street; Occupy movment; social movements; interviews; history; current events
|People United - April 27, 2012 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio with Bianca Hinz-Foley and Pace Davis of Students Against Sweatshops at UT and with Josefina Castillo of Austin Tan Cerca de la Frontera about workers' rights, campus apparel and the efforts to Make UT Sweatshop-Free, nine days after the latest sit-in at President Bill Powers' office on the Austin campus of the University of Texas that this time led to multiple arrests...
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; community radio; Students Against Sweatshops at UT; United Students Against Sweatshops; Bianca Hinz-Foley; Workers Defense Project; Proyecto Defense Laboral; PDL; Pace Davis; Palestine Solidarity Committee; Make UT Sweatshop-Free; campaign; coalition; Josefina Castillo; Austin Tan Cerca de la Frontera; Austin So Close to the Border; University of Texas at Austin; UT-Austin; campus apparel; Workers Rights Consortium; WRC; Fair Labor Association; FLA; President Bill Powers; office; sit-in; protest; tactics; civil disobedience; student activism; police; threat; arrest; Billy Yates; Teresa Cheng; workers rights; labor; labor conditions; factory monitor; independent monitor; workplace safety; Apple; Foxconn; construction; maquiladora; fair trade; free trade; multinational corporations; neoliberalism; accountability; public pressure; solidarity; Global South; immigrants; May Day; International Workers Day; economic justice; social justice; current events
|People United 2013 Nov 15 - Allan Campbell|
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features sociologist Robert Ovetz on austerity, capital accumulation, and the public university. He spoke at the University of Texas at Austin on November 7, 2013.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Robert Ovetz; Robert F Ovetz; Robert Frank Ovetz; government; sociology; social sciences; economics; University of Texas at Austin; College of Marin; De Anza College; Enterpreneuralization Resistance and the Crisis of the Universities; A Case Study of the University of Texas at Austin; knowledge; curriculum; higher education; the state; public university; public services; public sector; private sector; industry; business; management; labor; union; workers; staff; students; faculty; employment; unemployment; capitalism; capital accumulation; market economy; crisis; austerity; enterpreneuralization; neoliberalism; privatization; commercialize; patent; license; royalty; technology; grant; shared services; outsourcing; consolidation; downsizing; layoffs; fees; tuition; profit; loss; revenue; assets; resources; funding; debt; contracts; subcontract; conflict of interests; corporate; corporation; public accountability; governance; environment; architecture; campus; resistance; organizing; struggle; protest; movement; social justice; social welfare; social services; social democracy; community; communities; solidarity; alliance; Harry Cleaver; David Harvey; John Maynard Keynes; Keynesianism; Frederick Winslow Taylor; Taylorism; Kevin Hegarty; Bill Powers; Williams Powers Jr; George Kozmetzsky; Jim Bob Moffett; James R Moffett; Freeport McMoRan; Accenture; Transforming UT; Business Productivity Initiative; UT-Austin Shared Services Plan; Shared Services Committee; Texas State Employees Union; TSEU; Graduate Student Assembly; GSA; Texas State Legislature; Austin City Council; Texas; California; history; current events
|People United 2013 Jun 14 - Allan Campbell|
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features a conversation with Lucia Ornelas, Desiree Rios and Andrea Zarate of Latinitas, a nonprofit organization serving Latina girls through media and technology. They spoke at the KOOP Studio on May 30, 2013.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Lucia Ornelas; Desiree Rios; Andrea Zarate; Latinitas; magazine; school; education; after school; club; curriculum; program; programming; summer; camp; workshop; field trip; classes; scholarship; culture; cultural; multicultural; representation; image; icon; character; story; narrative; technology; journalism; media; cinema; film; filmmaking; video; videography; documentary; fashion; design; analysis; critical thinking; literacy; role model; mentor; mentoring; women; girls; youth; bilingual; Spanish; Latin; Latino; Latina; Mexican; Mexican American; University of Texas at Austin; UT-Austin; Laura Donnelly; Laura Donnelly Gonzalez; Laura Donnelly Gonzales; Laura Donnelly-Gonzalez; Laura Donnelly-Gonzales; Alicia Rascon; Brooke Marroquin; Natasha Saldaña; Natasha V Saldaña; El Paso; San Antonio; Dallas; Texas; Cesar Chavez; Dolores Huerta; United Farm Workers; Susana Almanza; Mamas of Color Rising; the Alamo; Mexican American studies; ethnic studies; ethnicity; national origin; race; class; gender; sex; sexual orientation; gay; LGBT; disability; religion; birth control; safe sex; abstinence; health; diversity; rights; equality; social justice; activist; activism; feminism; feminist; struggle; community; family; mother; father; parent; generation; generational; intergenerational; history; current events